Reception - Class RF

Reception

Hello, I will be adding work weekly below.

If you do any super work that your child would like to share then please upload it onto our Reception blog on PurpleMash.

Mrs Furness

 

Diversity Week - 22 june 2020

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Here's some work from in our Bubble in school!

5 Ways to Build Your Child's Resilience: BBC Bitesize

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Two Meters Away - Social Distancing Song for Kids

This catchy song teaches kids about social distancing, explains why it's important to stay 2 meters away when around others and how long that really is. The ...

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Phase 3 Phonics: BBC Bitesize (Click on the pictures)

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Star of the Week is.....

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For the NHS...

Thank you to all keyworkers for all you do to keep us safe.

For our Cedars Family...

 

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Some home learning links:

 

Hello! I have set up an Email challenge on PurpleMash.... have a look if you are able!

There is also now a blog where you can send me a message or post pictures of what you have been up to at home.. you'll find it here in your PurpleMash account:

Mrs Furness x

 

Reminder

YouTube needs to be accessed with an adult

**stay safe**

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Home learning tips for Early Years:

1. Make a plan of routines.

Children love routines and need to know what is happening. Children could help you plan it out.

2. Add in plenty of breaks.

For yourself as well as your children.

3. Have set times to work.

Children like to know what is expected when, they love routines.

4. Make it fun!

Where as it is important to keep up with reading, writing and maths daily it is equally important to enjoy what you do. 

5. Add daily exercise into your routines.

Keeping fit is essential - see PE pages for youtube links to exercises.

6. Keep in contact with others.

Skype, facetime, Whatsapp loved ones and friends - it's important to keep those contacts.

7. Spend time having fun - plan in new games/ experiences.

These are unusual times, use these opportunities to do something new or learn a new skill. Ask your children what they would like to do? Make, bake, cook, sew, build, draw, paint, challenge, experiment.

8. Enjoy the time with your children.

Your children are all wonderful. They are superb learners and surprise me everyday. Watch them, talk to them, spend time with them doing what they want to do, hug them, make them laugh and keep them safe!

 

Hoping to see you all again very soon

Mrs. Furness x

 

Don't forget the links on your home learning list that was sent home last week.

Especially:

https://www.purplemash.com/sch/cedars-bb1

https://hungrylittleminds.campaign.gov.uk/

https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies

                    

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Welcome to all of our children and their parents

Reception staff are always here to help with any worries or concerns please come and see us just before school starts or at the end of the day.

 

Reception staff :

Class Teacher: Mrs Furness

Teaching and Learning Assistants: Mrs AdamMrs Gilchrist and Mrs Ashraf

PPA Cover: Mrs Ahmed and Mrs Harrison

 

Reception line up on the yard at 8.40am and are to be collected from the

classroom door at 3.00pm prompt

If you have any questions please feel free to speak to a member of  

staff at the start or the end of the session.

 

Uniform
Please can you ensure all items of your child’s uniform is labelled clearly. The children will be playing out every day, whatever the weather, so please make sure the children have appropriate clothing. If you would like your child to wear wellingtons then please send a clearly labelled pair into class.

For health and safety reasons jewellery is not allowed!

 

Homework Books

Your child will bring home a homework book. New homework will go home each Friday please return your child's homework book every Wednesday. Please try to spend some quality time together to complete the activities.

 

P.E.- Fridays

P.E. kit:

Your child will need:

A plain white T-Shirt, a black pair of shorts, black slip on or velcro pumps.

All clearly labelled and in a small pump bag.

 

 

Phonics

In the Early Years at Cedars we learn our Phonics through Jolly Phonics.

There are plenty of resources on line and examples of how to say the sounds online.

 

Hansel and Gretel: Gingerbread Houses.

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We have been busy voting for our Kindness Champion! Results to be announced soon!!!!

We have been busy voting for our Kindness Champion! Results to be announced soon!!!! 1
We have been busy voting for our Kindness Champion! Results to be announced soon!!!! 2
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In PSHE we have been thinking about what makes a good friend.

In PSHE we have been thinking about what makes a good friend. 1
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